Corpse Flower: World's Smelliest Plant Blooms in Edinburgh

Visitors have been queuing at Edinburgh's Royal Botanic Garden, where the giant Amorphophallus Titanum will be open for two to three days.
The giant flower has a strong smell of rotting flesh. It has produced seven leaves in the 12 years that it has been at the garden, so horticulturists say they are "delighted to finally have a flower".
Officials said the garden would be open until late Sunday evening to allow the maximum amount of visitors to view the flower.